Marijuana Supply Far Outweighs Demand in Oregon's Legal Market, New Study Says
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Marijuana Supply Far Outweighs Demand in Oregon's Legal Market, New Study Says

The report was based on data from three years of production and more than two years of legal sales.

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February 4, 2019

Oregon’s regulated cannabis industry is so overstocked with product that it could meet consumer demand for the next six and a half years, according to the state’s analysis of the market. 

That was one of the conclusions in the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s recent analysis of cannabis supply and demand. The report, based on data from three years of production and more than two years of legal sales, was submitted to lawmakers last week. 

The document is intended to provide a snapshot of market trends and an examination of how Oregon marijuana policy, such as unlimited producer licenses and low licensing fees, play out in the maturing industry. 

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